Simon Tyler - Motivational Speaker and Coach | Raise the Bar
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Simon Tyler

Simon Tyler

Simon Tyler is an inspiring and entertaining speaker, coach and author who works with hundreds of business executives and their teams to shift attitudes, develop culture and effect positive change.

Simon/s latest work – The Attitude Book – places him as the foremost speaker on changing personal and professional attitudes to develop organisational culture and improve performance.

Simon’s connectivity and energy reach out and empower audiences forward, helping them discover and tap into practical ways to provoke change.

Simon has spoken at a huge range of events for many international companies never failing to motivate, engage and create impact. He has been hired by many leading and evolving global corporations, working with their teams and individually with leaders, including ANZ Bank, Bank of NewYork Mellon, BP, BT, Castrol, Cisco, Coutts, DuPont, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Marks & Spencer, Morgan Stanley, O2, PPG, RBS, VW Group, and he has been engaged privately by executives across the world.

Simon has released four books The Simple Way, The “Keep it Simple” Book, The Impact Book and The Attitude Book.

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I cannot thank you enough for your work prior to and at the Global Mobility Summit. All delegates were full of praise and thoroughly enjoyed your presentation. You have the unique ability to both educate and entertain and I am confident your words will be remembered for years to come. You certainly met and exceeded everyone’s expectations and I will be inviting you back next year.

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  • Price Range:

    £5,001 - £9,999

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Event Host, Inspiration, Motivation, Workshop

  • Topics:

    Coaching, Cultural Change, Goal Setting, Leadership, Management, Performance, Personal Development, Resilience, Strategy, Talent Development, Teamwork

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